Your life-changing tax questions answered

If you haven't done your taxes yet, major life changes can have a big impact.

Whether you're getting married, having a baby, or getting or losing a job, each of these needs to be considered when you're filling out your forms this year.

It can all be a little daunting, so CNBC's Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson took your questions, tweeted to #TODAYMONEY, in a live Twitter chat. 

Here are some highlights:

@JodiOfficial+@TODAYshow+NO+you+can't.+Answered+this+on+air+this+morning.+Thanks+for+your+question!+http://t.co/h65fQa719J+#TODAYMONEY

—+Sharon+Epperson+(@sharon_epperson)+March+21,+2014+

@FRusswurm+@TODAYshow+Personal+exemption+is+$3900.+Child+tax+credit+is+$1000+for+child+under+16.+There's+a+Child+Care+Credit+too+#TODAYMONEY

—+Sharon+Epperson+(@sharon_epperson)+March+21,+2014+

@Gen_Pugh+@TODAYshow+That's+a+good+question+for+a+CPA.+Find+one+in+your+area+on+http://t.co/lfGLxNkuze+@AICPAnews+#TODAYMONEY

—+Sharon+Epperson+(@sharon_epperson)+March+21,+2014+

@gandhsmommy+YES!+Most+likely,+check+with+states.+Thanks+for+asking-answered+on+air+this+morning+too.+http://t.co/klzW1p8tEy.+#TodayMoney

—+Sharon+Epperson+(@sharon_epperson)+March+21,+2014+


Check out more of Sharon's tax tips at yourmoney.cnbc.com!

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